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March 31, 2011, 05:26:52 PM
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Offer returned. For up-to-date information on my offers, visit #bitcoin-otc or the bitcoin-otc website.

Frequent updates here removed due to small demand in comparison to other places.

I pay using European bank transfer (SEPA). A trade is guaranteed only after I confirm it. As of this update, my bid lies within the central price corridor of low offers at mtgox.

I'm on #bitcoin-otc in the evenings (CEST) if you want to chat, bargain, ask about rate updates, have questions or anything else.
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March 31, 2011, 05:31:21 PM
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I want to buy approx. 1500 BTC. Smaller amounts down to 25 BTC are appreciated as well, higher negotiable on good rates.

Current rate: 0.56 EUR per BTC

I will pay using European bank transfer (SEPA). A trade is guaranteed only after I confirm it. If you are skeptical about the "young" account, I can pay in advance or arrange for other kinds of security, depending on the circumstances.

There are a few EUR orders on the bitcoin-otc order book. if you stick around there you can probably find someone willing to trade. Smiley

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March 31, 2011, 05:41:17 PM
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MtGox accepts EUR bank transfers for free now and handles them automatically if you didn’t know about that yet. I guess I’d just buy there because people tend to charge more.

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March 31, 2011, 05:43:52 PM
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@nanotube:

I like to trade at fair prices.

0.64 EUR, the lowest selling order I see, is equivalent to more than 0.9 USD. It's cheaper to convert the money in paypal at 2.5% charge and then send it to some US trader at 3.x% charge.

My goal is just to buy at fair market prices, or at least close to them. I offer a good deal, but not a ludicrous one, as some other people would like it. *shrugs*


@Blitzboom:

I am currently evaluating that. I will close my offer or lower the rate if mtgox EUR -> USD exchange rate is good.

Edit: just to make it clear, my offer is still unchanged. Also, I will not go back on transactions after I agreed on them, just because I got a better offer (e.g. mtgox).
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March 31, 2011, 08:34:26 PM
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You may be interested in that:
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March 31, 2011, 08:43:33 PM
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I want to buy approx. 1500 BTC. Smaller amounts down to 25 BTC are appreciated as well, higher negotiable on good rates.

Current rate: 0.56 EUR per BTC

I will pay using European bank transfer (SEPA). A trade is guaranteed only after I confirm it. If you are skeptical about the "young" account, I can pay in advance or arrange for other kinds of security, depending on the circumstances.

If mtgox rate converted to EUR using current exchange rate (Google etc) is substantially off compared to my rate, you can assume that my rate will get a correction applied. As of now, 1 EUR ~= 1.42 USD, so my rate lies within trades that happened today.

Interested, can you send a bank transfer outside Europe ?

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March 31, 2011, 08:56:46 PM
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Interested, can you send a bank transfer outside Europe ?
Probably, but I fear I would have to add additional fees to the price if the bank charges any.

Where do you live? Are you available on IRC? Maybe I can estimate how expensive shipping to you will be.

Also: how much do you want to sell?


@SmokeTooMuch: unless demand proves your price right, your rate is too expensive for me.
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March 31, 2011, 09:08:05 PM
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I want to buy approx. 1500 BTC. Smaller amounts down to 25 BTC are appreciated as well, higher negotiable on good rates.

Current rate: 0.56 EUR per BTC

I will pay using European bank transfer (SEPA). A trade is guaranteed only after I confirm it. If you are skeptical about the "young" account, I can pay in advance or arrange for other kinds of security, depending on the circumstances.

If mtgox rate converted to EUR using current exchange rate (Google etc) is substantially off compared to my rate, you can assume that my rate will get a correction applied. As of now, 1 EUR ~= 1.42 USD, so my rate lies within trades that happened today.

Would you be interested in buying 25 BTC from me at your proposed rate?

I have an account in Spain. I am aviailable at #bitcoin-otc in IRC.

Thanks.

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March 31, 2011, 09:16:52 PM
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Would you be interested in buying 25 BTC from me at your proposed rate?

I have an account in Spain. I am aviailable at #bitcoin-otc in IRC.

Thanks.

Affirmative. I will pay in advance.

I like this very much, I wanted a bitcoin-otc web of trust rating anyways.

I'll appear on IRC to do the transaction within the next hour (I'm at the wrong computer right now), or tomorrow, if you want to go to sleep.
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April 01, 2011, 08:37:13 PM
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Today's update: I slightly raise the rate to 0.565 That corresponds to a 0.80465 USD rate.

I'm already above MtGox; even with their fees, if I raise any more, mtgox is the best option and this offer vanishes.

Please note that if you sell BTC on mtgox, you will have to pay transaction fee AND withdrawal fee, making my rate significantly better if you sell into EUR. It's more of a difference to a seller than to me, you know. ┐( ̄ー ̄)┌
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April 02, 2011, 12:14:36 PM
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Interested, can you send a bank transfer outside Europe ?
Probably, but I fear I would have to add additional fees to the price if the bank charges any.
Where do you live? Are you available on IRC? Maybe I can estimate how expensive shipping to you will be.
Also: how much do you want to sell?

I have an account in US and Uruguay, WU to Uruguay available too.
Each one pay own fees.

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April 02, 2011, 11:14:19 PM
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I have an account in US and Uruguay, WU to Uruguay available too.
Each one pay own fees.

What do you mean by WU?

Sorry, I will not pay additional fees at this rate. That would raise my rate easily into an area where it's cheaper to change into USD and then trade at current USD market prices. (As a matter of fact, this offer might close when mtgox fixes its IT issues, which could happen any moment now according to the last thing I heard from MagicalTux.)
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April 02, 2011, 11:25:23 PM
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WU = Western Union
Their fee to transfer from California USA to Uruguay is 5%.

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April 03, 2011, 12:25:09 AM
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I have an account in US and Uruguay, WU to Uruguay available too.
Each one pay own fees.

What do you mean by WU?

Sorry, I will not pay additional fees at this rate. That would raise my rate easily into an area where it's cheaper to change into USD and then trade at current USD market prices. (As a matter of fact, this offer might close when mtgox fixes its IT issues, which could happen any moment now according to the last thing I heard from MagicalTux.)

I can pay my fees, your fees and any fees.
I will pay a dinner at the Ritz to you too.   Kiss
Good luck, anyway.

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April 04, 2011, 02:16:01 PM
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I can pay my fees, your fees and any fees.
I will pay a dinner at the Ritz to you too.   Kiss
Good luck, anyway.

I'm not certain if your post is to be taken serious; I was about to check with my bank for possible transfers to Uruguay tosday.

However, there was a sale above 15k BTC, dropping market prices, and I am re-considering my options. Since my offer was not binding (and about EU transfers in the first place), it is now suspended for the time being.
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April 04, 2011, 11:28:32 PM
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Back in action. That was quite some day on the BitCoin market.
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